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Vote For We Are The In Crowd In MTV’s Musical March Madness

In the spirit of NCAA March Madness, MTV has taken its own spin on the brackets since 2009.  Music-lovers everywhere vote for their favorite bands until one  is chosen and crowned the winner.  You can vote for We Are The In Crowd, and more of your favorites here! You can buy concert tickets here, or purchase a CD here. Please follow and like us:

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FREE DOWNLOAD: Frank Hamilton “Lonely This Christmas”

It’s been a busy year for Frank Hamilton. Not only did he record a live EP on the London Eye but he also released a 52 track album, and sold out two headlining tours. Now, in the spirit of the Christmas season, Hamilton is giving away a free download of his cover of “Lonely This Christmas.” Check out the cover below and download here. Purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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Misfits Announce Halloween Maxi Single

In an announcement welcome to Fiends everywhere, Misfits have announced a Halloween single release. The upcoming 12-inch maxi single will be titled Descending Angel and will contain the song “Descending Angel” as well as a second song which has not yet been announced by the band. “Descending Angel” originally appeared on the classic 1999 Misfits full-length studio album Famous Monsters, and was released near the end of the era where the band was fronted by Michale Graves. The first Misfits album, Cough/Cool, was released in 1977 and while lineups and popularity evolved, the core…

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The Nines Music Festival To Launch August 10th

The Nines is one of New England’s newest music festivals. This multi-stage festival features musical acts, comedians and artists set on the grounds of Willard Field in Devens, MA. This years line up includes musical acts such as Explosions in the Sky, Dr. Dog, Delta Spirit, K. Flay, and Air Traffic Controller. You can purchase a CD from individual band websites, and buy concert tickets here. Check out the lineup after the jump!   Please follow and like us:

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Fall Out Boy Recording New Songs

Bassist Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy revealed on his Instagram that the band had recorded eight or nine songs over two nights with Ryan Adams. Wentz went into detail with Rolling Stone about process of the recording marathon for the “punk rock” songs, “the stuff that makes you want to kick the shit out of your bedroom at your parents’ house.” You can check out a piece of the interview after the jump and click here to read the interview in full. You can purchase a CD or vinyl…

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New Found Glory Caption Contest

New Found Glory has a contest going in spirit of their soon to be released, Kill It Live. Every Friday leading up to the release of it they will be posting a new, never to before seen, picture for fans to post a caption for. At the end of the contest they will choose their favorite one and use it. To view this week’s photo and post a caption for it go here. New Found Glory is currently on tour. You can buy concert tickets here. You can purchase a CD here.   Please follow…

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The Exposed Launch PledgeMusic Campaign

Staying true to the spirit of punk rock, the UK’s The Exposed are funding their second album totally on their own. Check out an excerpt from the campaign after the jump, and pledge here. Please follow and like us:

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Interview: Night Verses

Infectious Magazine chats with Night Verses to discuss their current tour with Wilson, DIY marketing, and their recent signing with Easy Killer Records. Check it out after the jump and buy concert tickets for upcoming dates here! Please follow and like us:

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Paramore Discuss Mainstream Radio

  Paramore’s Hayley Williams recently did an interview with Drowned In Sound, in which they discussed the changing genres of mainstream radio, fun., and Gotye. Check  out an excerpt after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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Andrew WK Responds to Canceled Bahrain Trip

Andrew WK’s trip to Bahrain as a Cultural Ambassador promoting “music, freedom and positive party power” has been canceled by the State Department. He was invited by the State Department, but they removed all of his appearances as WK was “not the best choice and didn’t meet our standards.” Needless to say, WK was not pleased. He has since responded with a message on his web-site that in part read: They were aware of how I look and my high-energy rock music. They were excited to bring my message of…

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